Cultivating a post-COVID “workplace” has been saved
Cultivating a post-COVID “workplace”
Before 2020, the term “workplace” generally meant a dedicated office space for people to work together. And while there was a growing trend toward more remote work, COVID-19 has accelerated that movement, forcing businesses to rely on distributed networks of employees connected only by the strength of their internet.
Now comes the question of what the workplace looks like once the crisis subsides.
Here’s the thing: as challenging as this year has been for employees suddenly forced to work remotely, most are getting used to it—and they don’t want to go back. A recent survey of more than 1,100 remote workers by The New York Times and Morning Consult found that 86 percent of workers were satisfied with their current situation. Read the full report here.